Ocean shrink plastic shaker

The video I made today shows not only how I used shrink plastic to create starfish shaker elements, but also how I created a card with them. I love the final result. The sentiment is rather fitting with the see-through jar that is on the bottom of the ocean. It’s almost like all of the starfish are having a little party while they look at the recipient through the jar.
If you’d like you could always give the mermaid and/or seahorses little party hats. I might do that when I figure out who I’m going to send this card to.
I hope you enjoy watching this video!

Lawn Fawn dies:

  • Large rectangle stackables
  • Outside in stitched rectangle stackables
  • Stitched hillside borders

Lawn Fawn stamps:

  • Seahorsin’ around
  • So jelly
  • Mermaid for you
  • How you bean?

Other items used for this project:

  • Liquid glue
  • Foam tape (1,5 and 2 mm by 5 mm)
  • Distress Oxide inks (antique linen, brushed corduroy, vintage photo, cracked pistachio, peacock feathers, salty ocean)
  • Copic Sketch markers
  • Lawn Fawn liquid stardust mixed with water
  • Scor-tape
  • Sakura white gelly roll pen
  • Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glittser Gloss pen
  • White cardstock
  • Tape runner
  • Clear shrink plastic
  • StazOn jet black ink
  • Memento tuxedo black ink
  • Stamping block
  • Stamping buddy
  • Stamp shammy
  • Paper towel
  • Make-up brushes
  • Lawn Fawn ink cubes: sunflower, carrot, freshly cut grass, plastic flamingo, merman)
  • Acetate
  • Paintbrush
  • Water
  • Glossy accents
  • Clear beads
  • Star sequins
  • Lawn Fawn sugarplum cardstock

Check out the tutorial I made on YouTube